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Samsung will rely on meaningful innovations to corner the smartphone market

The Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge have helped Samsung regain a strong footing in the global smartphone market and the company certainly wants the momentum to continue. It’s now working to corner the smartphone market in advance by relying on meaningful innovation for the Galaxy ecosystem that speaks to consumers. The idea is to listen to what customers are demanding and follow through. That’s precisely what the company did when it brought back expandable memory and water resistance with the Galaxy S7 series.

“Meaningful innovations have to satisfy customers’ needs and challenge stereotypical thinking,” said President of Samsung Mobile Koh Dong-jin, adding that “If one listens close to voices of customers, there are still many innovations that still need to happen.” As a result of this shift in strategy Samsung will be focusing on creating technologies that customers want instead of creating technology just for the sake of creating new technology. Samsung introduced new meaningful innovations with the Galaxy Note 7 which improved the new S Pen that’s better than ever before as well as the iris scanner. Samsung will continue down this path of meaningful innovation to set its products apart from the competition.

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LarryWin1
LarryWin1

A company like Samsung with all it’s technological prowess should be able to create removable battery covers with materials that mimic glass or aluminum which seamlessly fit, as this would allow Samsung to offer replaceable batteries on their top tier smart phones again without sacrificing the overall premium build quality & design.

cricriparadis
cricriparadis

No more glass back. removable battery, fm radio, a battery lasting at least 2 days and a phone using about 30% of its RAM not 80% and more as right now.
Is it enough simple to understand??

zoocas
zoocas

For me, this is the ultimate work phone. So why should I have to order a dual sim version from India. It’s only a small requirement, but it stops me from reserving one in the UK. I don’t want to carry lots of phones if I don’t have to !!

NotReallySamsungFan
NotReallySamsungFan

Just swap the sim, it’s a minor inconvenience but it saves carrying multiple phones or ordering one from India.

zoocas
zoocas

I’d agree if I didn’t needed the sims running at the same time (Work & Personal)l but if I have to buy unlocked phones instead of a contact I’d just as well buy from India

Sarper94
Sarper94

I don’t think removing IR Blaster is a meaningful innovation.

stondec
stondec

They should bring back IR blaster and removable battery. That’s all the meaningful innovation I ask for.

cristi_tatoiu
cristi_tatoiu

True! The removable battery is not a must, they’re pretty good anyway but the IR blaster was cool!

warlockba
warlockba

Tell that to someone who had’t had the battery replaced 3 times in his current phone 🙂

waseem jaas
waseem jaas

IR blaster is a must